The shoals of Monomoy hold a lot of bluefish and striped bass from early June through late September. Try trolling the rips or throwing topwater softbaits on light tackle in low light conditions for your best chance at a big fish.

Fishing Reports & News

Monomoy Updated Fishing Report

Albie fishing around Monomoy has been disappointing so far this season. Other than some folks picking at larger bass on live eels, the bass fishing has also been on the slow side. 


Monomoy Fishing Report – October 18, 2018

The percentage of the commercial bass quota that has been filled has barely budged the last two weeks and remains around 85%, a pretty good sign that nobody has been getting out to the deeper water between the rips and Chatham and Nauset Inlets.


Monomoy Fishing Report – October 11, 2018

Schools of albies continue to race about off of the point and in the rips and the bass fishing remains good, both casting and drifting plugs and flies, as well as tossing plugs. The fish are in deeper water north of the rips, with a couple folks catching 70+ bass vertical jigging.


Latest Video

With its cool and clear water, Monomoy is one of the most productive mid-summer striper fisheries on Cape Cod. Learn how to catch them on light tackle spin casting setups in this how-to video.

Filmed July 7, 2016